Author Topic: Richard Crossley 1743 - 1815  (Read 3495 times)

Offline BurgarC

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Re: Richard Crossley 1743 - 1815
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 28 January 18 20:35 GMT (UK) »
Hi Stephen65. I know that this is a long time interval since your original post, however, it might be of use. I am a researcher of the flatware pattern 'Fiddle Thread & Shell' and of course RC was a silversmith. I have read the comments above. The following reference will be worth your while to follow up.
http://www.schredds.com/pursuivant/crossley.htm
It should help paint a more colourful picture and perhaps give some additional leads. GOOD hunting, Christian

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Re: Richard Crossley 1743 - 1815
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 28 January 18 21:01 GMT (UK) »
Christian,

Many thanks for your message, I had actually seen the article and have spoken to Luke as I was trying to see if there may have been an image of RC somewhere, but nothing as of yet neither of John Kerschner his nephew who I believe went bankrupt.
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Stephen

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